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Let's Teach Comp MOOC for SoE

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Clare Fenwick

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Transcript of Let's Teach Comp MOOC for SoE

July 2014
October 2014
November 2014
December 2014
January 2015
February 2015
April 2015
may 2015
Wednesday 8pm
Algorithms and
Computational Thinking

Physical computing
Networks and
the Internet
Using Technology


Reading and browsing

Etivity #1
Etivity #2
Etivity #3


Further reading and browsing
Lessons Learnt
Think about what you put on p-Fact

Project planning



More attractive and responsive interface
Half term
Followers: 180
Following: 227

Tweets: 9027

Favourites: 83
Retweets: 102
Replies: 180

Impressions: 63K
15/180 Followers
Key 'Influencers' in Primary Computing
SAT Submission

Teacher concerns

More resources to share
Learner Analytics
Exit Survey
G+ and Twitter activity
Communities of Practice
Self motivated learning
Learning Networks
Digital Resident vs Tourist
Peripheral Participation
Formal vs informal vs blended vs mobile vs online
More Data
Distributed Cognition
Inform our understanding
Course design
Role of social media
Impact of networks and collaboration
Engagement with
Online content
Learner motivation
Workload of online programmes
£30K matched funding
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Community, Social Learning and the Legacy of a MOOC
Clare Fenwick
James Bird
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